The Practice Enhancement Research Coordinator (PERC) will serve three main projects: the CASCADE Trial (NCT03409367), Meta-LARC Advance Care Planning (NCT03577002) and the Eastern Oregon Coordinated Care Organization grant program.
Conduct research with regional clinics and communities, build relationships that will enable research projects, recruit and enroll subjects, collect research data
Implement quality improvement (QI) methods and tools with inter-disciplinary clinic teams, set improvement goals, and coach and motivate practices to reach goals; teach QI to peers to present to practice facilitation community
Foster relationships with clinic, community organizations, and key stakeholders; and promote ORPRN with regional stakeholders
Support grant creation, budgeting and OHSU contracting
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